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European Pathology and Infectious Disease Conference, will be organized around the theme “Join global efforts in challenging Infectious Diseases”
Euro Pathology Meet 2018 is comprised of 15 tracks and 133 sessions designed to offer comprehensive sessions that address current issues in Euro Pathology Meet 2018.
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Anatomical pathology, the branch of pathology is the diagnosis of disease through the laboratory analysis of bodily fluids and/or tissues. Anatomic pathology is related to the examination, processing, and diagnosis of surgical specimens by a pathological diagnosis trained physician. The technologies and skills traditionally associated with clinical pathology such as molecular diagnostics are required increasingly for anatomical pathology. The cell morphology and staining characteristics is being analysed for the diagnosis. Electron microscopy gives a greater level of resolution. Immunophenotyping is another development, which identifies the specific antigens by staining with monoclonal or polyclonal antibodies. It is one of the two primary certifications offered by the American Board of Pathology (the other is Clinical Pathology (CP)) and one of three primary certifications offered by the American Osteopathic Board of Pathology.
- Track 1-1Surgical pathology
- Track 1-2Oral and maxillofacial pathology
- Track 1-3Cytopathology
- Track 1-4Molecular pathology
- Track 1-5Forensic pathology
- Track 1-6Cytogenetics
- Track 1-7Flow immunophenotyping
- Track 1-8Cervical smear
In order to work out the cause or the character of sickness, Cytopathology, a diagnostic technique is being employed that examine cells from varied body sites. Pap test was the primary cytopathology test developed that has been wide utilized within the last fifty years for identification and screening of cervical cancer and its precursors. The Pap test is taken into account the foremost economical screening test in medical history. Histopathology is that the study of morbid tissue, as an example, breast lumps or specimens of gut removed from suspected cancer, as well as examination under the microscope. Histopathologists inspect tissues removed from patients within the clinic or throughout an operation. They use a spread of scientific ways to get if a sickness is present and what course of action has to be taken. The tissue is 1st examined with the eye to appear for any visible abnormalities and to pick out items to look at in additional detail. Immunopathology is the branch of medicine that deals with immune responses related to sickness. It includes the study of the pathology of an organism, organ system, or sickness with relevancy to the immune system, immunity, and immune responses.
- Track 2-1Immunohistochemistry
- Track 2-2Biopsy
- Track 2-3Exfoliative cytology
- Track 2-4Intervention cytology
- Track 2-5Myocardial infarction
- Track 2-6Oncology
- Track 2-7Frozen section processing
Microbial Forensics could be a discipline that goes to try to do truthful play to the criminals and terrorists who use biological material to cause harm. The ineligible use of biological agents causes tidy hurt to the people, public health, surroundings, the economies and world peace. Due to these harms and causes, making awareness of capacity in microbial forensics will facilitate us to create perceive that what might have eventuated throughout a bio-threat event, and international collaborations that capture the broader scientific and social control communities area unit probable to fortify the microbial forensic capabilities. Forensic pathologists, or medical experts, are specially trained physicians who examine the bodies of individuals died suddenly, unexpectedly or violently. The forensic specialist is accountable for decisive the cause and manner of death
- Track 3-1Bioterrorism
- Track 3-2Threat agents
- Track 3-3Microbial characterization
- Track 3-4Clinical microbiology
- Track 3-5Coroners and medical examiners
- Track 3-6Bio-crimes
- Track 3-7Legal frameworks
- Track 3-8Molecular phylogeny
Molecular pathology is an emerging discipline within pathology which is focused in the study and diagnosis of disease through the examination of molecules within organs, tissues or bodily fluids. Molecular pathology shares some aspects of practice with both anatomic pathology and clinical pathology, molecular biology, biochemistry, proteomics and genetics, and is sometimes considered a "crossover" discipline. It is multi-disciplinary in nature and focuses mainly on the sub-microscopic aspects of disease. Molecular pathology is commonly used in diagnosis of cancer and infectious diseases. Techniques are numerous but include quantitative polymerase chain reaction (qPCR), multiplex PCR, DNA microarray, in situ hybridization, in situ RNA sequencing, DNA sequencing, antibody based immunofluorescence tissue assays, molecular profiling of pathogens, and analysis of bacterial genes for antimicrobial resistance.
- Track 4-1Molecular diagnostics
- Track 4-2Molecular medicine
- Track 4-3Molecular pathological epidemiology
- Track 4-4Precision medicine
- Track 4-5Disease risk management
- Track 4-6Clinical chemistry
- Track 4-7PCR
Hematopathology is the study of diseases and disorders influencing blood cells, their production, and any organs and tissues concerned in hematopoiesis, like bone marrow, the spleen, and thymus. Diagnosis and treatment of diseases like leukaemia and lymphoma typically handle hematopathology; techniques and technologies embody flow cytometry studies and immunohistochemistry. The Hematopathology (HP) Section consists of a various cluster of hematopathologists with varied interests. All of the hematopathologists offer diagnostic analysis of tissue and fluids. Diagnostic material includes bone-marrow biopsies and aspirates, lymph-node biopsies, body fluids, peripheral blood smears, and tissue resections from varied CUMC units. Morphologic analysis and every necessary supportive studies, together with assay, flow cytometry, cytogenetic analysis, and next-generation sequencing (whole exome and targeted panels), are performed in progressive laboratories.
- Track 5-1Acute myeloid leukaemia
- Track 5-2Epigenetics
- Track 5-3Hodgkin and non-Hodgkin lymphomas
- Track 5-4Flow Cytometry
- Track 5-5Thrombosis
- Track 5-6Homeostasis
- Track 5-7Cutaneous Hematopathology
Surgical pathology is that the most vital and long-time area of practice for many anatomical pathologists. Surgical pathology involves gross and microscopic examination of surgical specimens, furthermore as biopsies submitted by surgeons and non-surgeons like general internists, medical subspecialists, dermatologists, and interventional radiologists. The practice of surgical pathology permits for definitive diagnosis of illness in any case wherever tissue is surgically removed from a patient. This is often typically performed by a mix of gross (i.e., macroscopic) and histological (i.e., microscopic) examination of the tissue, and will involve evaluations of molecular properties of the tissue by assay or alternative laboratory tests.
- Track 6-1Clinical Pathology
- Track 6-2Clinical trials
- Track 6-3Surgical resections
- Track 6-4Bone pathology
- Track 6-5Soft tissue pathology
- Track 6-6Endocrine pathology
- Track 6-7Head and Neck Pathology
- Track 6-8Radiology
- Track 6-9Ophthalmic pathology
- Track 6-10Gynaecologic pathology
- Track 6-11Renal pathology
Pulmonary pathology includes a large spectrum of both neoplastic and non-neoplastic diseases that affect the lung. Many of these are a result of the unusual relationship of the lung with the outside world. Every breath that a human takes brings the outside world into the body in the form of infectious agents, organic and inorganic particles, and noxious agents of all types. Pulmonary pathology reported in association with primary biliary cirrhosis includes lymphocytic bronchitis and bronchiolitis, OP, and chronic interstitial pneumonia, including LIP. Rare reports have also appeared describing pulmonary haemorrhage and glomerulonephritis, or microscopic polyangiitis, in individuals with primary biliary cirrhosis.
- Track 7-1Neoplastic diseases
- Track 7-2Non-neoplastic diseases
- Track 7-3Auscultation
- Track 7-4Percussion
- Track 7-5Pathophysiology
- Track 7-6Tuberculosis
- Track 7-7Bronchiectasis
The neurological infections are the disorders of the central nervous system. Examples of neurological disorders are Paralysis, Muscle weakness, Pain, Altered level of consciousness etc. The main causes of neurological problems alter, but can cover genetic disorders, congenital abnormalities, infections or environmental health. Neuropathology is the study of disease of nervous system tissue, usually in the form of either small surgical biopsies or whole-body autopsies. Neuropathologists usually work in a department of anatomic pathology, but work closely with the clinical disciplines of neurology, and neurosurgery, which often depend on neuropathology for a diagnosis. Neuropathology also relates to forensic pathology because brain disease or brain injury can be related to cause of death. Neuropathology should not be confused with neuropathy, which refers to disorders of the nerves themselves (usually in the peripheral nervous system). The work of the neuropathologists consists largely of examining biopsy tissue from the brain and spinal cord to aid in diagnosis of disease. The biopsy is usually requested after a mass is detected by radiologic imaging, the imaging in turn driven by presenting signs and symptoms of a patient.
- Track 8-1Dementia
- Track 8-2Cholinergic hypothesis
- Track 8-3Amyloid hypothesis
- Track 8-4Medication
- Track 8-5Neuropsychological tests
- Track 8-6Disease mechanism
- Track 8-7Alzheimer ’s disease
- Track 8-8Encephalitis
- Track 8-9Meningitis
Gastrointestinal infections are the most frequently encountered infections in primary care caused by virus, bacteria, and parasites. The gastrointestinal infections include gastroenteritis or the inflammation of the gastrointestinal tract involving both the stomach and the small intestine. Gastrointestinal infections are caused by a large number of microorganisms like Adenovirus, Campylobacter, Clostridium difficile, Escherichia coli, Rotavirus, Salmonella etc. All the age groups are affected by the gastrointestinal infections. The gastrointestinal infection management is done by rehydration, antiemetic medications, antibiotics, anti-motility agents etc. Born out of increasing awareness of subspecialty gastrointestinal pathology services, increased marketing efforts by gastrointestinal pathology companies and increased patient awareness of laboratory errors, there is an increasing trend toward referral of tissue specimens to surgical pathologists with special interest in gastrointestinal pathology.
- Track 9-1Oral disease
- Track 9-2Oesophageal disease
- Track 9-3Gastric disease
- Track 9-4Intestinal disease
- Track 9-5Accessory digestive gland disease
- Track 9-6Probiotics
- Track 9-7Liver physiology
- Track 9-8Gallbladder hepatology
Dermatopathology is a joint subspecialty of dermatology and pathology and to a lesser extent of surgical pathology that focuses on the study of cutaneous diseases at a microscopic and molecular level. The dermatological infection is generally defined as the skin infections caused by bacteria fungi and other microorganisms. The infectious disease diagnosis on a molecular level is developing notably over the past decade. The dermatologic disease diagnosis involves many different new and advanced techniques like transcription-mediated amplification, nucleic-acid sequence based amplification, polymerase chain reaction, ligase chain reaction etc. The operating cost of these techniques is decreasing with time as well as acquiring the approval of U.S. Food and Drug Administration and getting easier and more effective to use. In the future, it has been expected that these techniques will be able to provide the fast and accurate diagnosis of infectious diseases in a single clinical visit.
- Track 10-1Cutaneous disease
- Track 10-2 Abscess
- Track 10-3Parasitic infestations
- Track 10-4 Inflammation
- Track 10-5Nano viricides drugs
- Track 10-6Clinical trials
- Track 10-7Perivascular lymphohistiocytic infiltrate
Pediatrics is the field of medicine that deals with the medical care of the infants, children, and adolescents. A child suffering from a persistent disease caused by an infectious agent like bacteria, fungi or parasite is called as pediatric infectious disease. All children deserve high-quality medical care. It is crucial to be aware of the treatment guideline of pediatrics so that every child gets the right treatment. There are many prevention ways to protect children from infective diseases.
- Track 11-1Diptheria
- Track 11-2Respiratory distress syndrome
- Track 11-3Measles
- Track 11-4Congenital infection
- Track 11-5Behavioural Disorders
- Track 11-6Down Syndrome
- Track 11-7Pathology for Pediatric Immunology
The acquired immunity to infectious diseases is expressed by a primarily humoral or a cellular mechanism or more frequently by the combination of two. The living or dead vaccines are used in our body for stimulating the acquired immunity. The many different types of immunizations are developed for the resistance against infectious diseases. The innate immune system recognizes the infections by retrieving the information either from long-term, short-term or working memory and matching it with the information from stimuli to activate adaptive immunity. A vaccine is a biological preparation that provides active acquired immunity to a particular disease. A vaccine typically contains an agent that resembles a disease-causing microorganism and is often made from weakened or killed forms of the microbe, its toxins, or one of its surface proteins.
- Track 12-1Acquired immunity
- Track 12-2Therapeutic use
- Track 12-3 Vaccines
- Track 12-4Polysaccharide vaccines
- Track 12-5Conjugate vaccines
- Track 12-6Passive immunization
- Track 12-7Antibiotic reduction strategies
The urinary tract infections are the infections that influence the parts of the urinary tract. The most common causative agent of urinary tract infections is Escherichia coli, whereas other bacteria may rarely be the cause. The bacteria which cause urinary tract infections generally enter into the bladder through the urethra. However, the infection may also occur via blood or lymph. The increased immunity of urinary pathogens to quinolones has been reported worldwide and might be the effect of overuse and misuse of quinolones. It is important to differentiate between the sexually transmitted disease and sexually transmitted infections. The STDs are the medical infections that are transmitted through sexual contact. But people, who got infected, don’t always encounter any symptoms or develop their infection into a disease. That’s what the term “STI” is. Approximately all the STIs spread through the contact with infected body fluids such as blood, vaginal fluid or semen. Some bacterial STDs like Chlamydia, Gonorrhoea etc. can be controlled but not cured and if anyone gets the viral STD like HIV/AIDS, Genital herpes etc. they are always going to have it.
- Track 13-1Microbial transmission
- Track 13-2Pathophysiology
- Track 13-3Gonorrhea
- Track 13-4Chlamydia
- Track 13-5Epidemiological diagnosis
- Track 13-6AIDS
- Track 13-7Syphilis
- Track 13-8Herpes
- Track 13-9Human papillomavirus infection
It is the diagnosis of diseases in food-producing animals, companion animals, zoo animals, and wildlife. Veterinary medicine is usually carried out with or without professional administration. The professional care is generally performed by Veterinary physicians. The veterinary pathologists also play a key role in the drug discovery and safety as well as scientific research. The veterinary pathologists are eligible to be appointed on many different positions which include the pharmaceutical industry, medical teaching, research, and diagnostic pathology.
- Track 14-1Anatomical pathology
- Track 14-2Clinical pathology
- Track 14-3Veterinary medicine
- Track 14-4Zoonotic diseases
- Track 14-5Histopathology
- Track 14-6Veterinary microbiology
Epidemiology is the study and analysis of the distribution and determinants of health and disease conditions in a defined population. The concerned areas of epidemiological study involve disease causation, transmission, outbreak investigation, disease surveillance, occupational epidemiology, screening, bio-monitoring etc. Epidemiologists employ a range of study designs from the observational to experimental and generally characterized as descriptive, analytic and experimental. In experimental studies, the epidemiologist is the one in control of all the factors entering in a certain case study. Any disease is caused by a chain or web consisting of many component causes. The cause can be differentiated as necessary, sufficient or probabilistic conditions, if a necessary condition can be identified and controlled, the harmful outcome can be avoided.
- Track 15-1Etymology
- Track 15-2Cardiovascular Epidemiology
- Track 15-3Clinical Epidemiology
- Track 15-4Epidemiologic Methods
- Track 15-5Tropical infections
- Track 15-6Food hygiene
- Track 15-7Epidemiological models